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Etude des corps glacés du système solaire à travers deux cibles majeures de l'exploration spatiale : la comète 67P/C-G et le satellite Europe

@inproceedings{Ligier2016EtudeDC,
  title={Etude des corps glac{\'e}s du syst{\`e}me solaire {\`a} travers deux cibles majeures de l'exploration spatiale : la com{\`e}te 67P/C-G et le satellite Europe},
  author={Nicolas Ligier},
  year={2016}
}
La majeure partie de mon travail de these a porte sur l’etude de la composition chimique de la surface d’Europe. Afin d’apporter une plus-value par rapport aux resultats de l’instrument NIMS a bord de la sonde Galileo qui orbita dans le systeme jovien de 1995 a 2003, une campagne d’observations depuis le sol a ete menee avec le spectrometre imageur infra-rouge SINFONI au VLT. Cinq observations en optique adaptative possedant une resolution spatiale d’environ 160 km et une resolution spectrale R… Expand

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